Originally posted by Izarith
reply to post by ChemBreather
I'm just saying if your going to call something a pandemic it should look like the 1918 flu.
I'm saying we are not in a double-damned pandemic. Which means there is not need for a shot, especially a shot that could not pass the corrupt standards of the FDA.
I'm saying pay attention to the laws, the loans, the bills that are being passed and don't worry about the sickness worry about the cure.
Even if millions start dropping there is nothing our governments can do. But until by the numbers you truly see danger stop making up flu names like "The Power Puff flu".
That's all I'm saying.
Case in point--- the very first vaccine, smallpox over 150 years ago is not the darling that we were led to believe eradicated smallpox. In fact, it ignited pandemics in the very countries that adopted the mandatory vaccination program. England which only suffered a few thousand deaths to smallpox began losing tens of thousands of souls to the disease immediately following the smallpox vaccination program. In fact, Edward Jenner, father of vaccinations even admitted that the disease was little known until his vaccine. Germany lost 124,000 souls, Japan 29,000. All had been vaccinated. Australia, on the other hand, which abstained after 2 deaths from the shots, lost 3 souls total. Hmmm? And it wasn’t until the vaccination program was altogether halted that the smallpox disease reverted back to its natural evolutionary decline, brought about by cleaner living habits, and was eventually allowed to die out altogether. (Excerpted from Neil Z. Miller’s Vaccines: Are They Really Safe and Effective?)
Originally posted by loam
British scientists testing Ukrainian 'super flu' that has killed 189 people.
An unnamed doctor in western Ukraine told of the alarming effects of the virus.
He said: 'We have carried out post mortems on two victims and found their lungs are as black as charcoal.
They look like they have been burned. It's terrifying.'
Is this similar to the 1918 'Influenza Pandemic" (tester-depopulation)
[edit on 17-11-2009 by kiwitina948]
The course of disease during fall 1918 was often swift. Convalescence in survivors was protracted, with fatigue, weakness, and depression frequently lasting for weeks [3, 2023]. Symptoms presented suddenly: high-grade fever and rigors, severe headache and myalgias, cough, pharyngitis, coryza, and in some cases epistaxis. Some patients had mild illness and recuperated without incident. Other patients were stricken quickly and severely, with symptoms and signs consistent with HEMORRHAGIC pneumonia, and died within days and sometimes hours. Autopsies revealed inflamed hemorrhagic lungs. Still other patients with more typical flu developed severe superinfection with bacterial pneumonia, resulting in death or a laborious recovery. Unusually lethal, Spanish flu was also distinct in killing what was typically the cohort least vulnerable to influenza, 20- to 40-year-olds
Doctors debated possible pathogens, with no final consensus: Pfeiffer's bacillus (presumed cause of influenza since the 18891990 pandemic but rarely isolated from 1918 victims); Yersinia pestis (because of migrating laborers from China, the site of pneumonic plague outbreaks in 19101917); Streptococcus species, Streptococcus pneumoniae, and Staphylococcus species
Originally posted by Izarith
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Yes you are correct I'm not a Doctor, but it does not take a doctor to know that when you are coughing up green gew every five seconds you can't wear a mask.
And if you are forcing the admitted sick of your hospital to do so it would only create more ways for the green fluids from the forced mask to be touched by the patient every time he has to spit. This leads to his not heavily contagious hands to touch other things. then the nurse touches the tings the patient touched and so on.
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By the way the current director at Merk is also the CEO of Reuters. Both owned by the Rothschilds. Convenient to have a media empire for marketing, yes?
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov 17 (Reuters) - The H1N1 flu killed more people in Canada during the past week than in any other week this year, but health officials said on Tuesday the nation's vaccination program was going so well that it may reach its peak earlier than expected.
Thirty-seven people died of the pandemic flu Nov. 12-17, bringing Canada's death toll from H1N1 to 198, out of a population of 34 million. Comparable figures from other weeks were not available. ED. Should be.
"Rather than seeing thousands of deaths we've been fortunate to have people doing what they need to do (to avoid the flu)," Dr. David Butler-Jones, Canada's chief public health officer, told reporters in Ottawa. "I think we're in a relatively good position, but a pandemic is always full of surprises."
Originally posted by sickofitall2012
reply to post by Kailassa
This is what I pulled from that same site you named.
Facemasks help stop droplets from being spread by the person wearing them. They also keep splashes or sprays from reaching the mouth and nose of the person wearing the facemask.